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    This was made by Swift Oceanics, It is the Laser 2000. 175 HP they said 90 mph.

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    That picklefork hydro hull had some impressive write up by the manufacturer/inventor some time ago. Too bad hulls of that type use "air entrapment" for high speeds with minimum hp. Not conductive to a jet drive where the hull needs to remain wet to be able to suck water into the jet pump. A case where specs look good on paper, but the plane would never fly in actual tests.

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    Well it's pretty sick lookin. Seems like the company just dropped off the faced of the planet too. Oh well. Was that thing a jet drive or something else. What happened to it anyway was it deemed too unsafe for production?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gforce View Post
    Well it's pretty sick lookin. Seems like the company just dropped off the faced of the planet too. Oh well. Was that thing a jet drive or something else. What happened to it anyway was it deemed too unsafe for production?
    Yes, it was a jet drive.

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    This Roots is huge.

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    so there's your extra weight

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    Personally, I've spent a bit of time pulling apart, current update (at the time) and re-assembling the little red thing on the right.

    All the big heavy grey thing has to do to prove itself to be a better option is to last for a few hard rides. Even if it smokes itself without taking out a couple of oil pumps is a vast improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eel View Post
    Personally, I've spent a bit of time pulling apart, current update (at the time) and re-assembling the little red thing on the right.

    All the big heavy grey thing has to do to prove itself to be a better option is to last for a few hard rides. Even if it smokes itself without taking out a couple of oil pumps is a vast improvement.
    Good one!

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